Peter and Kelley Gibeon are a husband and wife photography duo with an eye for capturing architecture. Focusing on residential, resort and commercial architecture, the Gibeons practice internationally for a variety of publications and clients. The diversity of the Gibeon's travels and subjects keeps their eyes fresh and craftsmanship growing.
Photography & Concept studio BoysPlayNice was founded in 2008 by Jakub Skokan and Martin Tůma. The studio since its beginning, focused on advertising photography, architectural photography, interiors, products and design. BoysPlayNice also specializes in producing creative concepts for photographic campaigns. The philosophy of the studio is to create a picture standing on its own idea and makes optimal use of the possibilities of the photographic medium.
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Ye-h (pronounced as "ye-aitch" or "Y, E, hyphen H") is a photography studio specializing in architecture and design, both of the two photographers (Heywood Chan and Yu-Cheng Hsieh) are also working as architectural designers in the United States
Ingrid Jones and Thomas Bollmann are commercial photographers and filmmakers who work under the collective name of Seed9 aka Seednine. Their focus is style/environmental portraiture and interior photography. They also produce special projects for clients aiming to take their brand to the next level.
Steven Evans is a Toronto-based architectural photographer with 30 years of experience developing his craft. Both his fine art photography and his commercial work reveal a passion and deep understanding of the built world, capturing a sense of composition, an ability to capture the ephemeral qualities of light, and his attention to detail and craftsmanship in the technical production of each image are hallmarks of his work.
Evans’ freelance architectural photography is highly valued by architects, engineers, planners, designers, developers, and collectors. He has worked with many of Canada’s top firms and his images have been published in national and international magazines, and have been honoured with National Magazine Awards. His photography has been exhibited nationally and internationally and can be found in numerous public, private and corporate collections.
Commercial architectural photography involves a collaborative process through which the photographer’s skills and understanding mesh with each client’s unique needs, insights and knowledge of the subject. Applying his extensive experience and his intuitive understanding of what architects and designers do, Evans works closely with each client to translate into a two-dimensional representation the three-dimensional reality of architectural space and form. The result is photography that captures the spirit and the intentions behind the design. Each subject is approached with an eye to creating a well-considered photograph in itself, and to serve a wide range of purposes, including marketing, publications, websites, exhibitions, and books.
Team player is an accurate description of photographer Jim Brady’s approach to servicing architectural clients. Brady is committed to understanding each client’s visual needs and delivering highly illustrative images that speak to each space that he photographs.
Elliott Kaufman’s career path is unique but has always revolved around architectural motives. When he began shooting in the mid-70s, his orientation was toward the fine arts. Kaufman developed ideas for site-specific photomurals and wall art before these concepts became a mainstream. He was able to work in this capacity with corporate industrial clients such as Westinghouse, General Electric, Warner Brothers, and The Walt Disney Company.
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